I'm currently entering my Junior year with an Institutional GPA of a 3.0 and plan to get it to at least a 3.2 at the end of next fall (graduating a semester early). Throughout my time in college I have changed my major three times. I came into my university as a Biology major with the intention of transferring to GTech for my sophomore year to do Biomedical Engineering. When Freshman year was completed I had a gpa of a 3.5 and decided to take summer classes to try to boost my gpa and changed my major to physics to look more competitive. During that time I was going through personal issues, and eventually it seeped into my academic life and caused me to get an Academic Dishonesty penalty dropping my gpa to a 3.2. Last semester I decided to scrape the idea of becoming a biomedical engineer all together and changed my Major to Neuroscience. I decided that since I've already taken upper level math and science courses (Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Cal I,II,II, physics,biology, Orgo) I shouldn't scrape the idea of being an engineer completely. So I did my research and stumbled upon Environmental Engineering. Basically my question is do I look like a good candidate for an Environmental Engineering program and if not how would I go about getting the qualifications. Also I currently have no research or internship experience but I'm looking for some for the fall/Spring.